Ada — The Ada High cheerleaders hold their hands aloft during a first-half kickoff at Harrah Thursday night.
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Chickasaw Nation tribal election filing period opens June 3
The Chickasaw Nation Election Commission announced today that the filing period opens June 3 and continues through June 5 for the 2013 general elections.
Disoriented residents make their way home
Sparks of joy lit up grief-stricken eyes from time to time on Wednesday after Moore residents were allowed back into their neighborhoods for the first time after Monday’s EF-5 tornado devastated much of the city.
Friendship Force visits Chickasaw Cultural Center
More than 172,000 people from around the world have experienced the Chickasaw Cultural Center since it opened in 2010 making it a true international destination.
Leadership YOUniversity graduation set for May 29
Ada Area Chamber of Commerce announces 25 participants will be graduating from Leadership YOUniversity on Wednesday, May 29.
ECU partnership with Holcim recognized by state regents
Holcim (US) Inc.’s Ada plant was recently recognized for its partnership with East Central University, concerning its innovative collaboration that strengthen Oklahoma’s workforce.
Two arrested for looting in damaged Moore
Police arrested two men on looting complaints Tuesday after homeowners saw the men and alerted authorities, said Moore Police Department spokesman Jeremy Lewis.
Veterans, Military Appreciation Day set today
Veterans and Military Appreciation Day, hosted by the East Central University Veterans Upward Bound Program, is set for Thursday, May 23, at the Bill S. Cole University Center on the ECU campus.
Benefit concert to help Oklahoma tornado victims
Ada officials are giving residents plenty of reasons to visit Wintersmith Park this summer.
Cyclist struck by vehicle during storm
Police are keeping their fingers crossed: however, Ada motorists drove like pros through the streets of this city during the heavy rains Monday evening and Tuesday morning.
Malfunctioning taillight leads to woman's arrest
Once again, a malfunctioning taillight led to a traffic stop that resulted in more serious charges for an Ada resident Monday morning.
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